A FULL public consultation will be held to re-establish a museum in Denbigh.
Members of a Denbigh Museum Group have been pushing for a new museum to open in the historic town.
The consultation will be held every day until Saturday, March 23 at the Denbigh Library.
The aim of the Denbigh Museum Group is to establish and maintain a fully accredited museum for the benefit of the public.
The Denbigh Museum Group has undertook a feasibility study, commissioned by Cadwyn Clwyd, looking at Denbigh as a location for a museum.
Denbigh county councillor and chairwoman of Denbigh Museum Group, Gwyneth Kensler, said: “Denbigh is possibly the most historic town in North Wales with many documents and artefacts currently in store.
“We feel and strongly believe that Denbigh merits its own museum.”
The feasibility report examines a number of buildings in Denbigh that are being considered for a museum including, The Crown Hotel and the Church Institute.
But the report gives its recommendation in favour of the old magistrates court (Ysgol Frongoch).
Museum and heritage consultant, John Marjoram, said in the report: “The long history of Denbigh is worthy of telling.
“There are significant collections relating to the town in the hands of Denbighshire County Council, local trusts and in private hands. All these would be available to a new museum.
“These include the North Wales Hospital Collection, objects from Gwasg Gee, and material relating to H M Stanley.”
The study also looked at the history of Denbigh, volunteers to run the museum and resources available.
The group will be on hand to explain and introduce the report’s findings at the consultation.
The feasibility study is available to view on the Denbigh Museum Facebook page.
A questionnaire will also be available at the library.